Birth David Hursh and Kathleen Lassau-Hursh of Vermillion, are proud to announce the arrival of their son Jesse David Hursh, born on May 27, 1999 at St. Luke's Hospital in Sioux City, IA. Jesse joins two sisters: Natalie 14 and Sandrine 11.
Manning will serve as Vermillion postmaster by M. Jill Sundstrom Mike Manning is the new postmaster at the Vermillion Post Office. The Vermillion native was officially sworn in June 9 by John Hummel, manager of Post Office Operations, Huron. He succeeds John Weber, who retired in January. Manning has been … Read Article
Between the Lines By David Lias Let's face it. At times, things in Vermillion can seem to be, well, just a bit slow. The community has enjoyed its share of successes lately. Polaris and Gateway are here. It looks like Vermillion will be linked to Nebraska early in the new … Read Article
Plans made for Experiment Farm tour Planting was finally finished on June 9 at the Southeast S.D. Experiment Farm, said Bob Berg, manager of the farm for South Dakota State University. "For a while, we weren't sure if we would be able to have our summer tour. Some fields in … Read Article
Brookings Bandits take victory over Post #1 by Jim Prosser "We were 1-3 for the weekend; however we played our best baseball of the season, thus far. We continue to improve and learn the game," said Devin Schwiesow, coach of the Vermillion Post #1 baseball team. After scoring seven runs … Read Article
For the Record Marlene Amundsen, Presiding: June 4 � June 10, 1999. Ryan Wittmuss, 703 Fillmore St., Papillion, NE: Fishing without license � non resident, $98.50 plus costs. Walter A. Theel, 411 W. Elm, Beresford: Fishing without license � resident, $48.50 plus costs. Robert Rada, RR #1 Box 75, Scotland: … Read Article
No decisions made yet on proposal to change circuit court boundaries Members of the South Dakota Supreme Court � Justice David Gilbertson, Chief Justice Robert A. Miller, Justice John K. Konenkamp, Justice Robert A. Amundson and Justice Richard W. Sabers, inspect a map of South Dakota displayed at a public … Read Article
Early car builders played the name game by Bob Karolevitz I'm having trouble identifying all the different models of autos these days � but it's nothing like it must have been in the first three decades of the industry when there were 2,000 or more makes churning the dust on … Read Article
Water vital during hot summer weather Unless they are thirsty, people usually take water for granted during the summer time, said Carol Pitts, Extension food safety and nutrition specialist at South Dakota State University. "Dehydration can be dangerous if left untreated. Drinking plenty of fluids is important during the summertime, … Read Article
Students receive USD scholarships Several area students have recently been awarded Leadership Scholarships at The University of South Dakota. Award recipients are incoming freshmen who have been actively involved in a variety of activities while in high school. The students honored include Gina Leber, a graduate of Vermillion High School.